Plans for the 75th Annual Central States Fair continue to progress, with more than usual adjustments required along the way. Most notably, it is now confirmed that all previously scheduled concerts have been postponed with plans in place to reschedule for 2021.
The grandstand concerts will feature nationally recognized tribute bands paired with regional favorites, and provide a great musical experienced. “We are fortunate to have so much talent in our region and are grateful to be able to feature them on stage”, says Jeffries. “It may not be fair-as-usual, but for those that choose to attend we guarantee they will have a great time!”
Sunday will feature ZZ-3, the baddest ZZ Top tribute band in the land. Their faithful recreations of ZZ classics from every era of the band's existence, convincing costumes and spot-on stage show set them apart from other tribute acts. Joining them will be Sean Curtis, and closing the night will be The Johnny Holm Band.
Monday night brings Long Run, a talented group of Colorado-based musicians dedicated to the faithful music of America's most iconic band, The Eagles. The party will continue with Brandon Jones with his new release Black Hills Backroads, and closing the show will be Dirty Word featuring “The Voice” finalist Kat Perkins. “This lineup of tribute bands and regional artists will bring the most hits from the 70’s, 80’s and today, both rock and country, to the stage” says Jeffries. “We’re Rockin’ the Arena”.